Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps
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  1. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Introduction
  2. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Forex Trading And Analysis Apps
  3. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Forex Education, Signaling And Other Apps
  4. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Conclusion

Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Introduction

Forex applications for the iPhone and Android have taken off in popularity over the past couple of years. These tools make it easy for forex traders to access real-time data, analyze currencies and even place trades anytime, anywhere. From broker platforms to educational tools, this article will take a look at 15 (free and paid) apps that can help enhance your forex trading.

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Finding and Downloading Apps
Apps for the iPhone and Android can be downloaded in their respective app stores (see the links below or use the app store on your smartphone) and may be used on a number of different hardware devices. iPhone apps can be used on iPhones, iPads and Macs, in some cases, while Android apps can be used on a wide array of devices that support Google's Android operating system.

iPhone apps can be downloaded at the App Store. Android apps can be downloaded from Google Play.

Some applications may require Internet access, which is often bundled with smartphones, but may cost extra for tablets and other devices. Most of the apps reviewed in the following pages can function on either a wireless (Wi-Fi) signal or a cellular (3G/4G) signal, provided Internet access is enabled.

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Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Forex Trading And Analysis Apps

  1. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Introduction
  2. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Forex Trading And Analysis Apps
  3. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Forex Education, Signaling And Other Apps
  4. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps: Conclusion
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